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Q: What is the difference between a cube and cylinder?

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yes! A cube is a type of prism. A prism is a subcategory of a cylinder. Then I cube is a type of cylinder

A cylinder is a tube with a base of a circle. A hexagon is a figure with a six sided base.

A cylinder has a circular cross-section whereas a cuboid has a quadrilateral cross-section.

All faces of a cube are squares. A cuboid has 4 or 6 rectangular faces.

They both have faces

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There is not much difference between a cube and a cylinder. The cube is a 3d square and a cylinder is actually 3d circle in a rectangle form.

fc'=0.87 fck fc'= cylinder strength fck= cube strength

Cylindrical strength = 85% of Cube strength.

A cube is a special kind of prism.

yes! A cube is a type of prism. A prism is a subcategory of a cylinder. Then I cube is a type of cylinder

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A square is 2D and a cube is 3D.

It's the same as the difference between a factor and a multiple. 3 x 3 x 3 = 27 27 is the cube of 3. 3 is the cube root of 27.

A cube is a geometrical shape. Cubism is an art style.

The mass and density are very different.

difference between square and cube

The difference in compressive strength is due to the difference between the modulus of elasticity of concrete and that of the steel which is used to apply the compressive force on the concrete. The pressure applies a lateral confinement pressure which is equal to d/3 meaning that for the cylinder, 2d/3 is confined leaving d/3 unconfined whereas for the cylinder 2d/3 is confined means all of the cube is confined. This leads to the cube having a higher compressive strength that the cylinder. For more information, try to read about the triaxial test and the effect of confinement on the compressive strength of soil samples.

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